Château Lez Eaux reviews
A neat and tidy campsite in Northern France, very pretty and quiet. The camp shop is a bit expensive, but there is a large supermarket a five minute drive away. The beach is about 10 minutes in the car, which is quite handy as the campsite pools are rather small. The pools do have water slides but beware, they are not as smooth as you would expect and they sometimes snag your swimming costume. The campsite doesn’t have a proper restaurant, it’s more of a pizza and chips takeaway, which was nice but a bit repetitive, however the nearby village ‘St Pair Sur Mer’ has some nice places to eat. All in all, a nice pleasant campsite and I’m sure we will return again at some point.
A beautiful and well looked after campsite, kids loved the pool and slides. We got a bargain last minute holiday with eurocamp, £221 for a 7 day holiday in a mobile home for a family of five, so we weren’t expecting much, but the campsite was fantastic, as was the mobile home. The staff were friendly and the eurocamp run kids clubs were fantastic. Our kids visited the clubs everyday, and each day they did different activities and came back with lots of stories of what they did and the new friends they had made. Me and the hubby loved the kids clubs just as much as the kids, as it gave us plenty of alone time to enjoy the holiday too!